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Provence Travel Guide

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Space is at a premium in Provence. June, July, and August are considered to be high season, and it can be particularly difficult to find a place to stay. In the smaller towns, make sure always to email or call ahead at least a month or two in advance as in the off-season many of the smaller hotels close and in the high season they are often full long in advance. Book as far in advance as possible

for some of the more popular spots—it's not uncommon to book up to six months to a year in advance. Many return visitors book their next year's stay at the end of this year's visit. If you are having trouble finding a place to stay, check with the local tourism website or office. They may have a list of hotels.

In Marseille, be careful to note where your hotel is located. Even if the hotel is deluxe, it may be near an unsavory neighborhood.

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